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North Charleston Fire Department houses 3 new trucks

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NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCIV) - The City of North Charleston added three brand new trucks to its fire fleet Friday. The addition is made up of two engines and one aerial tower.  

"By adding these trucks we continue our vehicle replacement plan," said Chief Greg Bulanow. "They help us continue to provide excellent fire protection to the city of North Charleston." 

One of the engines and the aerial tower will be stationed at the city's lower Dorchester station. The other engine's new home will be the Reynolds Avenue station.  

After the trucks were delivered, fire crews took part in a traditional housing ceremony where the trucks were sprayed with water, pushed into the garage, and then blessed. 

Chief Bulanow says one of the engines and the tower will also help serve the Boeing fire station.

They have been fittingly named Dreamlifter and Dreamliner. 


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